1987 Sears Gamefisher trihull 14 ft fiberglass fishing
1987 Sears Gamefisher trihull 14 ft fiberglass fishing
1987 Sears Gamefisher trihull 14 ft fiberglass fishing
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$2,100

For Sale: 1987 Sears Gamefisher tri-hull, 14 foot fiberglass fishing boat with 20 HP Mercury outboard tiller motor. Excellent condition, extremely clean, and very well cared for. Boat measures 14 foot in length and just over 5 feet wide (beam). Includes two removable swivel seats with two riser extensions, Humminbird Piranha depth finder (not pictured), galvanized trailer, two regular sized lifejackets, one child lifejacket, two fishing poles and a minnow bucket. Our family has owned this boat since new and it is virtually indestructible. It is very lightweight and maneuverable which allows easy movement in the shallows. I taught my kids to ski behind it years ago! The motor always starts and moves the boat along at a nice clip. It has a three blade prop vs. a more common two blade for better hole shot acceleration. When trailering, it pulls along the highway effortlessly. Would make a great duck hunting boat, as well. The boat has netted countless, perch and bluegill. Asking price: $2,300 More Pictures available upon request.
History of Sears Gamefisher Boats: In 1968, Molded Fiberglass Company, (MFG) began manufacturing boats for Sears. Interestingly, MFG, of Ashtabula, Ohio, owned Crestliner (very good boats) from 1965 to 1972. The Sears lines included the Gamefisher and Adventurer Series. From my research this 1987 was one of the last boats made by MFG, as they began to focus on making hoods for OMC Outboard Motors in the late 80's. Read more history, here: /mfgboats.htm. Regardless, this is a very solid boat and easily repairable should one need to do so.

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